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What We Do

HOME provides assistance to migrant workers in Singapore who are abused and exploited. Wage theft, work injuries, physical, verbal and psychological abuse are some of their typical problems. We also assist and advocate for survivors of human trafficking and forced labour. HOME works with government agencies, civic groups, corporations, and other regional and local partners to meet the goals of our three pillars.

Our vision is to build a culture of welcome and justice where no man, woman, or child is a stranger.

Welfare

Help Desks/24-hour Helplines for both domestic workers and non-domestic workers to seek assistance. Our full-time caseworkers and volunteers advise the workers on their rights and options. We follow up on their cases, assisting them to seek recourse and help, whether legal, medical or psychological.

Shelter A place of refuge and social support for domestic workers in Singapore who have suffered abuse or have been trafficked, and are in the process of seeking legal recourse or resolving disputes with their employers. The shelter residents may stay for periods of one month to one year, depending on the time it takes for investigations to conclude. It is their only sanctuary during a time when they have no way of supporting themselves, or have anywhere to stay in Singapore.

Free medical treatment those with limited means to afford health services

Free legal aid for workers in Singapore and when they have returned to their countries of origin.

Free medical treatment those with limited means to afford health services

Free legal aid for workers in Singapore and when they have returned to their countries of origin.

Empowerment

HOME Academy offers educational and training programmes to domestic workers in Singapore. The Academy offers courses including English language, computer literacy, cooking, cosmetology, baking, caregiving, dressmaking, and financial literacy.

Advocacy

Public education and campaigns on issues affecting migrant workers.

Research and documentation on the working and living conditions of workers.